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  1. RobFallen

    Keichousaurus Juvenile

    From the album: Robs Fossil Collection

    A superb Juvenile Keichousaurus with amazing bones, no acid prep whatsoever Matrix size is 6" x 3.5" Approx. This one was gift for my son, we will treasure for life and be forever grateful for, thank you, you know who you are
  2. Managed to get another small/baby Keichousaurus for my small but growing fossil collection, I quite like it I also managed to find a couple of nice books too
  3. Hi guys I'm new here! Hope to find everybody well! I just want to ask for your feedback around a specimen of Keichousaurus I'm nearly to buy. What do you think? Does it seems real and legit to you? Many thanks for your kind feedback. Cap
  4. Hello ! And thank you for accepting me on this forum. Ive just bought my very first fossil, after some discussion with some collectors ive decided to post this fossil here. Because there are alot of fake ones of this species. If anyone could help me with this fossil i would be extremely gratefull as im learning every day ! So all the tips given are very helpfull to me . Ill post the pictures of the fossil below (PS, if it arrives or is proven fake i will get a refund, the owner also send me a video with solvent rubbing on the fossil to show its not paint) he also s
  5. Hi guys looking for some professional advice. Possibly buying this Keichousaurus and wondered if any experts can confirm it is a genuine/real one and not a fake or reproduction? This is the only pic I took sorry, thank you for any advice.
  6. This juvenile Keichousaurus should be a genuine one but I don't understand why it appears to have two separate vertebral columns. It doesn't seem like the vertebral column is split into two due to fossilization process. Any idea?
  7. I recently saw the pictured Keichousaurus for sale from China. Considering the sheer amount of fakes I very skeptical however, they, for the most part, are in uncommon positions and show good removal of the matrix. Are these authentic or have the dealers in China upped their game on fakes.
  8. Hello does this looks good or bad. I know these are not rare but good quality is pretty hard to find. So i hope this is real deal Thanks
  9. Hi everyone! I've always had a love of paleontology and been fossil-hunting as a child (I've found mainly plant fossils, some incomplete trilobites, some unknown fragments of bone). The fossils I've found were usually incomplete and very weathered by the elements, but it was very rewarding knowing that I was holding a piece of real prehistoric history. I've always been fascinated by dinosaurs and other prehistoric reptiles, but never had the pleasure and luck of finding one "in the wild". So of course I took the natural route of going online! I'm very very inexperienced in terms of
  10. Hello community, A friend of mine recently gifted me this keichousaurus. But as you can see the Preperation is not the cleanest/nicest. Can I as an amateur fix this by myself or make it look cleaner and nicer? I also had the Idea that I maybe could work from the other side with Acid layer by layer. Then I could also be able to see the upper side of the specimen rather than its belly. Or would that not work/ be to risky? Isbthe rock maybe to thin? Can i as an amateur who never worked on a fossil with acid before make that or is it generally not possible?
  11. Hello communtity, So I recently got a keichousaurus as a gift, and due to the fact that therer are a lot of fake specimen out there i was a bit worried if this one is real or not? How can I tell the difference between a real and a fake one? It is also very heavy for its size. What do I have to look out for?
  12. There is a weird X marking in the middle of this one, any help?
  13. Hello everyone, I´m new to the forum and I would like to thank you for allowing me to enter. You see, I am fond of paleontology and to tell the truth something of a novice, I have a small collection of fossils that still continues to grow today, I´m very interested in Mesozoic fossils, but even more so in creatures that are not dinosaurs. One of the specimens that I dream of having in my collection to study and enjoy is Keichousaurus. As well we should all know (And I hope not to bother you, because I notice that the topic is quite frequent in the forum) Keichousaurus is one of the most
  14. Hello Fossil Forum, what do you think about this Keichousaurus? Seller says it's all original, no restoration. While it looks not quite as stunning as the critter in the thread below it's still much nicer than usual IMO and I like the dark/bright contrast of the slab. Any issues or red flags? Thanks! Vertebrate
  15. Hello, another topic about Keichousaurus. Sorry for not being super original. What do you think about this one ? I read a lot of topics here. The bones seem messy (which appears to be a good sign) I don’t see painting contrast as with other examples ... but what do you think ? it is quite expansive tbh...
  16. Hi all I’ve just started my journey into fossils and have been looking at a Keichousaurus fossil plate. I’ve read threads on this forum about it and have tried to educate myself as best as I can. I know it is widely faked so wanted to get your opinions on this one. thank you in advance
  17. Crazyhen

    Keichousaurus with deposits

    This Keichousaurus is interesting in that it got a lot of grainy deposits. Is it due to a decaying body of the Keichousaurus or they are fossilized deposits of organic matter over the body of the Keichousaurus?
  18. Hello, The photo below is my personal collection of Keichousaurus. The bones of this piece seems very fragile to me. I am considering of applying paraloid b72 dissolve in acetone in hope of strengthening the bones. Any thoughts or suggestions are welcomed!
  19. Hi. I'm looking to buy a Keichousaurus as a present for a collector. I've seen some other threads, but I'm no expert, and so I thought I'd ask here about the specimen I'm interested in. As a complete novice, this looks "too good to be true" to me, in particular for the price that it's offered. But other threads had similarly looking specimen that were considered genuine. Thanks for the help! A.
  20. Does this looks real?, the back legs look weird to me
  21. I've owned a sweet Keich that came from China via Germany in the mid-20th century. In our last move, it was broken. The photos attached show the main break point with missing vertebrae. The next photo shows the cross-section, just for the sake of proving authenticity (you can see how the matrix striae curve around the bone as well as the details of the spine in cross-section). As I was lucky enough to find the missing vertebrae I placed the pieces together in the next photo and held the pieces in place in the final photo to show how it should look when finally repaired. My question: What ad
  22. I know these are often suspect, but this being both concave and convrx seems hopeful. Bit of a botch on neck and head, since that is on the other side. On most I see for sale, the bones are usyally darker. Is that down to a poor prep or are tge darker ones often colored/highlighted. Thanks. Getting a Keich never appealed to me, but if price stays low...
  23. Short story: I won this on an online auction for a surprisingly low amount, which seems a bit too good to be true. Can you please let me know what you think of the specimen? Long story: My brother has wanted a keichousaurus but is too bloody stingy to buy one himself, so I compulsively bidded on one at an online auction. I won it for not a lot of money and may have a fake keich for my stingy brother. I guess he'd be proud of me for saving money on it (assuming it's real) .
  24. Hello everyone! I found this keichousaurus listed on online. It appears quite legitimate. Could you please look at the photos provided and let me know whether you think it is a legitimate specimen? Many thanks.
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